Hello Again -- Hope You're Having A Great Summer! We are pleased to feature the Mae Ploy salad dressing line, which is better tasting than you might think. We also have Japanese items that go so well with barbecue. We are also offering $5 Flat Rate Shipping for two days only. Great time to load up on the freshest all-natural coconut milk which is as fresh as can be.
Thai Style Salad Dressing, Mae Ploy
Distinctive Thai flavor in a thin salad dressing. Has been out of stock for several months, we just got a new shipment.
Thai Mango Salad Dressing, Mae Ploy
This dressing is made with real mango and it's sweet and has a slightly thick consistency, with a mild hint of chilli flavor.
Thai Pineapple Salad Dressing, Mae Ploy
This dressing is made with real pineapple and it's sweet with slightly spicy chilli taste.
Vietnamese Lemongrass Salad Dressing, Mae Ploy
Surprisingly tasty salad dressing that we had sold out of months ago and we just got back in stock. You will not be disappointed. Great flavor.
Thai Green Chilli Sauce for Seafood, Dragonfly
We put this on raw oysters (together with a bit of freshly squeezed lemon juice). So tasty.
Feature: Nanami Togarashi
This is a traditional Japanese seven-spice blended mixture of red peppers, sansho pepper, roasted orange peel, black and white sesame seeds, seaweed, and ginger.
We recently enjoyed it with Udon soup, with a piece of barbecued fish to the soup and served it with beer, for a delicious combination.
Feature: Inaka Udon Noodles
We recently enjoyed Udon soup, see recipe link below. We added a piece of barbecued fish to the soup and served it with beer, for a delicious combination.
Feature: La-Yu Chilli Oil w/Chilli Pepper
This is a very interesting, verstale chile oil from Japan that we know you'll like.
It's concentrated so only a few drops does the job. Adds hot flavor.
Young Green Peppercorn - The Secret Garnish
This is a great garnish for seafood, as we show in photos, as well as steaks and lamb.
We lighly seasoned a salmon steak with fish sauce, chopped shallot, garlic and black pepper. Barbecued it then served with vines of young green peppercorn. On each bite of salmon add a pepprcorn or two.
We also seasoned lamb chops with fish sauce, chopped shallot, garlic and black pepper, barbecued and served in the same style.
We enjoyed pan-searing a 4 oz piece of sashimi-grade tuna then served with gently fried yellow onions and black pepper, wasabi and young green peppercorn along with Fosters beer (see photo).
A beautiful presentation that adds fresh taste.
Fosters Goes Well With Spicy Thai Food
We like the taste of Fosters Lager with Thai food, check out some of our newest recipes. A glass of cold beer goes so well with summer Thai barbecue. We have nothing to do with Fosters, we just like the beer with Thai food!
All Natural Coconut Milk
Take advantage of $5 flat rate shipping and get the freshest coconut milk, as we just received a large shipment of the freshest stock. We have plenty available.